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    Quote Originally Posted by Risen View Post
    Messing with my head means being passive aggressive, more specifically telling me you're mad at me and refusing to reveal the reason why, even to the extent of making me guess why you're mad and still not revealing the answer.
    Strange, INTPs can be very P-A. Self-hate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    Strange, INTPs can be very P-A. Self-hate?
    I used to, but I grew out of it. Nowadays if I'm mad at someone or bugged by something I'll say it or just let it go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Risen View Post
    Messing with my head means being passive aggressive, more specifically telling me you're mad at me and refusing to reveal the reason why, even to the extent of making me guess why you're mad and still not revealing the answer. Keeping knowledge away from me is the worst. That usually only works if I'm really close to someone though.
    Same, it drives me absolutely crazy, and makes me think I've got an anger problem.

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    "oh yeah, those guys/girls are totally into you! They said they wanted you to come talk to them"

    I've experienced that. That sets of my BS detector instantly and I know to ignore them.

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    I'm not sure if this applies to all NTs, maybe just INTJs in general. Ask us how we feel about something. Not what we think about it.

    The following scenario plays out whenever someone asks me what I feel about a certain issue. My mouth opens to answer what I think about the issue, but my brain stops me just as I'm about to speak, reminding me that the other party had asked me what I felt, not what I thought. Panicking, I stammer out something along the lines of "uh...well..." while trying desperately to figure out what I felt about the particular issue.

    Most of the time, I can't figure out what I feel about the issue of interest, so I give a reply of what I think of the issue. And to really mess with me at that point, just say "I see...but I want to know how you feel about it, not what you think about it." This gets me all the time

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    LOL, but on some issues its not important what you think, it is important what you feel
    So of course we're gonna ask that

    You ask us constantly what we 'think' about something, btw, and when we cannot put together a logical, consistant opinion, it's often frowned upon...food for thought?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    - as does bringing in completely irrelevant topics and insisting on their logical and rational relevance. Be sure to use those words. OFTEN.

    - also change your stance every so often and insist you've been on that side all along

    - tell them that not following rules is a rule itself

    - undermine independence, and reiterate their dependency to others. Bonus points if you can give examples

    - tell them to stop being so 'emotional' in the middle of an argument.

    - call Science a conspiracy

    - ask them to explain their jokes...each and every time

    - deliberately recall the past falsely, esp. with regards to relevant facts to a discussion



    Definitely! I've recently been reminded in a couple of threads on this very board just how irritating this is. In my daily life, outside of my home (and inside as well for the most part) this just isn't tolerated...AT ALL!

    The feeling question mentioned by another poster drives me to utter distraction. Who cares how I feel! That too is irrelevant, unless you're a doctor or inquiring about what I want for lunch.

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    I care...and hardly consider it irrelevant. It tells me a lot more than that Bs that comes out of your mouth
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    (just kidding)

    (you got me)

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    awww


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